Tolman is a Co-President with JEGI, a boutique investment bank that represents online media, interactive marketing services, and technology companies, as well as broader media businesses seeking to expand in high growth new media markets. Tolman brings a unique combination of experience as a CEO and business builder in both traditional and new media companies, as well as in corporate 
finance and M&A. Prior to joining JEGI in 2004, Tolman was CEO of Internet Broadcasting Systems, a national network of 70 local television Web sites operated in partnership with NBC, Hearst, The Washington Post Company and other major broadcasters. Previously, Tolman held a series of senior executive positions in magazine publishing. He began his career at Lehman Brothers and McKinsey & Company, and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School as a Baker Scholar and a BA in English and a BS in Engineering Physics with Honors from the University of California at Berkeley.
Peter is the Chief Executive Offer of IDG TechNetwork and has more than 25 years experience in digital media, consumer, technology and travel publishing. Prior to IDG, he was chief sales officer at Inform Technologies, a company that provides capabilities to automatically search, organize, and link content to attract and retain readers for media brands. Previously, Peter was President of Publishing at [−]
Zinio, the leading digital magazine provider with more than 250 magazines and millions of users worldwide. Earlier in his career, Peter spent 12 years at Ziff Davis Media Group, most recently as Executive Vice President and Publishing Director. Overseeing Ziff titles like PC Magazine, eWEEK, Ziff Davis Smart Business, The Net Economy and Ziff Davis Internet, he directed all sales for internet and print properties as well as marketing, editorial, and long-term business planning. Peter was also Senior Vice President and Publisher of PC Magazine, held senior positions with PC Week and Computer Shopper, and held positions at CMP Media and Sport Magazine. Peter holds a BA in English from College of the Holy Cross.
Scot has been President and Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Dice Holdings, Inc. and its predecessor, Dice Inc., since joining the Company in April 2001. Prior to joining the Company, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Vcommerce Corporation since 1999. From 1996 to 1999, he served as Vice President and later Senior Vice President-Interactive Services for Cendant [−]
Corporation. Previously, Scot served as Vice President, Investments and Alliances for Ameritech (now AT&T). Scot began his career as a consultant, joining McKinsey & Company in 1985. He is a member of the boards of directors of Globalspec, Inc. and Career Resources Inc., a non-profit workforce development agency in Connecticut. Scot holds a BS in Economics with High Honors from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Harvard University's Graduate School of Business Administration.
Rob is an Internet and consumer technology investor and executive with 15 years of experience, including CEO, general management, business operations, product management, product development, M&A and strategy. Prior to Groupon, he was formerly a Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures, one of the largest and most successful growth equity stage VC firms with $8 billion under management. [−]
Previously, he served as the President and CEO of SideStep, the web's first real-time vertical search engines in the travel category, where he led the successful turnaround and $200 million all-cash merger with Kayak. Prior to SideStep, Rob served in multiple executive management roles at Yahoo, including Senior Vice President, Commerce and Vice President/General Manager of the Yahoo Shopping Group responsible for Yahoo's Shopping, Travel, Auctions, Classifieds, Real Estate, E-Commerce Hosting and Vertical Product Search businesses. Other roles included product management and marketing at Electronic Arts, Cendant, Golfweb (funded by Redpoint), and Zaplet (funded by Kleiner-Perkins). Rob holds a BA from the University of California at Berkeley.
Jim has more than 30 years' experience in publishing and circulation. Prior to joining Palm Coast, Jim was General Manager of Sporting News magazine and was responsible for the day-to-day management of the magazine and related assets and was instrumental in the eventual sale of the property to American City Business Journals, Inc. Prior to Sporting News, Jim spent seven years as Circulation [−]
Director of Dennis Publishing, publisher of Maxim, Stuff, Blender and The Week. As one of the founding executives, he was responsible for the circulation and manufacturing strategies to launch and develop all four magazines, as well as the driving force behind revolutionizing the sale of subscriptions online through Dennis' successful magazine websites. Before joining Dennis, Jim was the Group Circulation Director for Cahners Publishing Co., a business unit of Reed-Elsevier. There he was responsible for the development of circulation for 22 magazines including American Baby, Variety, Sail, Publishers Weekly and Modern Bride. From 1985 to 1991, Jim was VP of Client Relations at Curtis Circulation, the largest U.S. distributor of periodicals. He has also had positions at CBS Magazines (now Hachette) and US News & World Report.